Date(s) - Friday, 28 December 2018
11:00 am - 1:00 pm
We are surrounded by buildings all the time, but how can they affect our physical and mental health? This exhibition examines some of the ways in which architects, planners and designers influence our health, self-esteem and ideas about society. It features works by Andreas Gursky, Rachel Whiteread and Martha Rosler, as well as buildings designed by Goldfinger, Lubetkin and Aalto, and also considers connections between our homes and our health. Other topics include the therapeutic role of colour and a pioneering emergency mobile clinic.
We have arranged for a free guided highlights tour, before and after which we can explore at our leisure.
Times: 11.20 for start of tour at 11.30 at the Information Desk. Or 11.00 in the large onsite café, which is adjacent.
Facilities: There are plentiful toilets, with a cloakroom, bookshop and full access.
Travel: Euston Tube and Rail Station is a few minutes’ walk away.
Booking: (Essential.) Contact Jim Sweeney by email – firstname.lastname@example.org or by phone – 020 8340 9282 (either way, please leave a contact phone number.)
For the more energetic, there is the additional option of a SELF-GUIDED WALK THROUGH ST. PANCRAS using the excellent free booklet available at the exhibition. Allow yourself a couple of hours in the afternoon or come back another day and encounter an extraordinary cast of characters, such as Elizabeth Garrett Anderson, Mary Wollstonecraft, Sir John Soane, Thomas Hardy, Sir Sydney Waterlow, V. I. Lenin……